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Difa-e-Pakistan Council Chairman says US drone attacks should be stopped

Islamabad, Sun, 12 Feb 2012 ANI

Islamabad, Feb 12 (ANI): Difa-e-Pakistan Council Chairman Maulana Sami-ul-Haq has said that Pakistan should act strongly to stop American drone attacks, and free itself from the US dominance.


"The US drone attacks should be stopped, and Pakistan should take immediate steps to stop the NATO supplies," Sami-ul-Haq said while addressing the Difa-e-Pakistan Karachi rally.


"Pakistan should free itself from the US dominance," he added.


The US drone attacks has strained the relationship between both countries.


Addressing the rally, Zia Muslim League Chairman Ijazul Haq had earlier slammed the Pakistan government for its inability to bring back the country's aneuroscientist Dr Aafia Siddiqui from a jail in the US.


He cited the release of CIA spy Davis Raymond and the Supreme Court's permission to allow Pakistan's former the US Ambassador Husain Haqqani to travel abroad despite being associated with the Memo Gate scandal, to say that the government of the country should be ashamed of its poor performance.


"The US can release Davis Raymond, and Hussain Haqqani, but our government can't bring back Aafia Siddiqui," he said.


Dr Siddiqui was arrested by American intelligence authorities in 2008 for allegedly being one of the key conspirators in the 9/11 attacks in New York. (ANI)


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